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  • Public servants advised to be proactive - Tsogwane

    Vice President, Mr Slumber Tsogwane (left) interacting with residents of Rakops after a kgotla meeting on July 18. He appealed to public servants in the Boteti area to be proactive and committed to serving the community. 
Photo: Moshe Galeragwe
    Vice President Slumber Tsogwane has appealed to public servants in the Boteti area to be...

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  • Envoys present letters of credence

    Canada High Commissioner, Mr Rene Cremonese (right) being protocolled by deputy chief of protocol, Ms Chandapiwa Nteta to present his letters of credence to the President Masisi at his office in Gaborone on July 19. Mr Cremonese said they were looking into expanding relations in the mining and energy sector as the two countries shared values on international issues. Photo: Phenyo Moalosi
    President Mokgweetsi Masisi on July 19 received letters of credence from three envoys accredited to...

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  • Ralotsia warns stock thieves of stiffer penalties

    Minister of Agricultural Development and Food Security, Mr Patrick Ralotsia has warned rustlers of the...

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  • Botswana supportive of Africa - Dow

    Institute For Security Studies office director, Ambassador Alfred Dube (left) and Mr Ratebaye of the AU Commision at the Joint Post Tana Regional Multi-Stakeholder Forum in Gaborone on July 18. Mr Ratebaye commended President Masisi for officiating at the forum saying it showed that he was committed to dialogue on issues of security and peace.
 Photo: Felicity
    Botswana is committed to realising a prosperous, peaceful, safe and secure Africa in efforts to...

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  • BHC rental review exercise under way

    Minister Vincent Seretse (right) and Permanent Secretary Ministry of Infrastructure and Housing Development Mr Dikagiso Mokotedi at a press conference in Gaborone recently. Mr Seretse said the ministry previously had project implementation challenges but had now set up a procurement and project management department to ensure value for money in the execution of all projects. 
Photo: Gothusang Lesego
    Botswana Housing Corporation (BHC) is in the process of reviewing its rentals in relation to...

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  • Mental health diseases serious concern

    Anger has been identified as the most common cause of mental illness. Speaking at Molepolole’s Moruakgomo...

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  • Lions worries about diminishing membership

    Optometrist Tshegofatso Mokgalagadi (right) screening the eyes of Harold Webb during the Lions Club eye screening camp at Mahalapye recently. Mahalapye Lions Club and Mercy Hand Foundation donated 140 reading glasses to the elderly residents of Mahalapye. Photo: Moshe Galeragwe
    President of Mahalapye Lions Club has raised concern over the diminishing membership of the charitable...

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  • Satellite schools help to promote access to education

    The Ministry of Basic Education is committed to ensuring that all Batswana accessed education to...

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  • Bagogi Support Group shows compassion to less privileged

    Bagogi Support Group which is a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) has never looked back since its...

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  • Arone appreciates EU support

    Minister Arone (left) and  MrBaum at the handover of technical assistance to support the Implementation of the Education and Training Sector Strategic Plan 2015-2020 by European Union in Gaborone recently. Mr Arone said the EUís support would strengthen leadership and accountability in implementing the strategic plan. 
Photo: Felicity Male
    Minister of Basic Education, Mr Bagalatia Arone has applauded European Union (EU) for being instrumental...

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